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AGADÊ (formerly but erroneously read Aganê). A city of Northern Babylonia and the capital of Sargon, the founder of the first Semitic empire ( c [Note: circa, about.] . b.c. 3800). As was first discovered by George Smith, Agadê was the Semitic Akkadu (see Akkad). It stood near Sippara or Sepharvaim (wh. see), and may have been in later times a suburb of the latter town.

A. H. Sayce.

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Hastings, James. Entry for 'Agade'. Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible. 1909.

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